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Wholesale Screen Printing

So many people ask the question, How does wholesale screen printing work? Well wholesale screen printing is a very interesting process and you wouldn’t believe how much goes into wholesale screen printing.

First you will want to send your art work that you would like on your garment. You will want to send your art work for your wholesale screen printing job in a high resolution. You will want the art work to be in 300 DPI, dots per image, in an AI or EPS file. If you can provide this you will avoid getting charge for art work for you wholesale screen printing job.

Wholesale Screen Printing

Next step is to have films made for your wholesale screen printing job. You will want to have a film made for each color that is in your image. If you are printing on a darker color you will need another screen of the entire image for your under base. When you have given us a high resolution image that we have used to print the films it will allow our for a better screen exposure forbetter lines and dots.

Next step you will want to have an exposure box which is a box with light in it. There you will want to place your films between the glass and the lights and place your screen with emulsion on it on the opposite side of the film. Anywhere where the light does not hit the screen the emulsion will just wash way with water. Before you burn the screens you do want to spread a thin even layer of emulsion over the entire screen. You will also want to make sure you store your screens in a dark room so they are not exposed to light.

Now you will want to let your screens dry and once they are dry you can set them up for printing. First you will want to make sure to register your screens to be sure that everything will line up properly. Once that is all set us you can go ahead and start the printing process and at the end of it all you will have your wholesale screen printed product.

If you are looking for someone who can supply you with wholesale screen printing email us or contact us here at AMBRO Manufacturing at (908) 806-8337 and we can help you out.